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. >>> plus, melissa harris perry is with me on the shooting not heard around the world. and don't forget to follow us on twitter and on facebook. stay with us. [ female announcer ] you walk into your laundry room and it just hits you! that nasty odor coming from your washer. say farewell to the smell with tide washing machine cleaner. it goes straight to the source of the stink to lift odor-causing residues off your washer's drum. tide washing machine cleaner. to lift odor-causing residues off your washer's drum. as soon as you feel it, weigh you down? try miralax. it works differently than other laxatives. it draws water into your colon to unblock your system naturally. don't wait to feel great. miralax. take the miralax pledge to feel better sooner. get a reward like a beauty treatment, a dance class or a $5 gift card with purchase of a specially marked pack. go to for details. >>> there's absolutely stunning news out of michigan today. with a school year for students and teachers in saginaw county's school district is officially over. yeah, you heard me correctly. although
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this month in houston. you may remember governor rick perry's introduction. >> michael: and here is governor perry inviting gun manufacturers to set up shop in the loan star state. >> our message to them and everyone in the country is simple. there is still a place that loves freedom in america. where people can pursue their dreams free from the knee-jerk government regulations that occur. that place is called texas. [ cheers ] >> michael: good to know he is spending all of his time still trying not to be president of the united states. since the massacre of sandy hook elementary school, some states are doing the start thing, but texas not so much. under governor perry's leadership, the state house is pushing 12 new gun laws that loosen restrictions including . . . current texas law bans concealed weapons on campuses but gives schools the option to allow them. this proposed law allows guns on campus, but gives schools the option to opt out. fortunately for us, young texas democrats are organizing to stop this change. joining us statewide organization texas co
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important issue of this country and why it's being completely ignored. >>> plus, melissa harris perry is with me on the shooting not heard around the world. and don't forget to follow us on itr and on facebook. stay with us. [ male announcer ] snap out of your snack routine with delicious pringles stix. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ a deliciously unique snack. everything pops with pringles stix. [ crunch ] a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> there's absolutely stunning news out of michigan today. with a school year for students and teachers in saginaw county's buena vista school district is officially over. yeah, you heard me correctly. although the last day of school was supposed to be june 13th, saginaw's superintendent richard serick made the announcement they are just cancelling the rest of the school year. as reported
help from their friends. first gwen stefani, then tom waite. now katy perry. friday night at the mgm grand. now, singing the classic, beast of burden. i think we have a little audio. ♪ i want you to make love to me ♪ >> it was a good show. perry's appearance was announced on twitter just hours before it happened. after the performance, she was psyched. she tweeted mick and kate forever. >> pretty cool. >> i think he's already been around forever. seems like rolling stone fans would not be excited about katy perry. and katy perry fans probably think the rolling stones are their grandparents. so there was a performance for no one. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> oh, wow. now the autotunes version. this is going to get funky, people. >>> now for name that celebrity. take a look at this photo. try to get in there, if you can. who is that guy? as we push in. does that look like anybody familiar? >> jay-z. >> in costume perhaps for a new venture? that shot is taken in 1939. by sid grossman. it's titled harlem loiterers. could jay-z be a time traveler? the new york library released the photo. t
. - there you go. "the great gatsby," $50 million; "pain & gain," "tyler perry" and "42" coming in at a virtual tie at $4 million. coming up this weekend, "star trek into darkness." a lot of controversy on this one. a very late screening for critics. and what are critics saying? - most critics aren't being subjected to screenings until the night it opens in imax, which was yesterday, wednesday night. the reviews of the movie so far have been pretty positive. it seems like paramount might have hedged their bets and sort of walked away from the table, got their positive reviews and then left the rest of us in a lurch. privately, a lot of people are saying a lot of negative things about the movie. it is going to be curious to see, when it comes out, if those negative reviews impact it at all. - what should people see this weekend? - "mud." matthew mcconaughey and reese witherspoon. it is the only movie in theaters worth seeing. - okay, coming up this summer, lots to talk about hero with fox having some potentially big hits. "epic," that could be one. - yeah, "epic." well, they've got the second bi
rick perry will be paying a visit to the affected areas. wednesday night, 16 tornadoes left nothing but debris and leveled homes in their wake. six people were killed and hundreds left homeless. granbury took the brunt of the deadly weather. a neighborhood with dozens of habitat for humanity homes. but one survivor is optimistic. >> all the people that helped me build it three years ago, say hey, don't worry about it, we're ready to build it again. >> many of granbury's survivors are still not allowed to return to what's left of their homes. crews are working to clear the area of leaking propane tanks and downed power lines before residents are allowed back in. >>> coming up, some red carpet theatrics on the french riviera and the search for thieves and a million dollars jewelry heist. >> reporter: i'm roberta gonzales at aquatic park. have you ever wondered what it's like to swim from alcatraz to san francisco? we'll tell you about it as the news continues with mobile weather on kpix 5. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the kpix 5 weather center. the winds are starting to
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on everyone's lips. scandal. good morning. i'm melissa harris-perry. on thursday evening we found out some shocking new information about the political drama we've all been following. someone in the administration who was in charge of enforcing the law is now breaking the law. a government agent discovered evidence of voting fraud in the past presidential election and buried the story. and a president we were all led to believe embodied hope, change, and maybe racial progress seems to be doing no actual governing, and now we have to wait all the way until september to find out what happens because, of course, the season finale of abc's drama scandal. not what's going on in washington. that's not to say washington hasn't seen its share of scandal. a president's election campaign whose donations had spying. an armed hostage situation. and a u.s. president who couldn't keep his pants zipped. now those are scandals. but what we're giving wall to wall coverage now, those stories that keep coming up in every press conference and committee hearing. you know them, ben gauz, the ip phone records. t
. >> see that house right there? it's gone. >> reporter: today, texas governor rick perry came to town and promised to help families. >> the houses will be rebuilt. but there's no replacing those loved ones who were lost. >> reporter: many of those crumbled homes he saw were built for the needy by volunteers. today, habitat for humanity told us they'll rebuild. >> we're not going to turn our backs on them, no, absolutely not. >> reporter: the weather could bring more misery this weekend. these areas could see severe thunderstorms that could bring large hail, damaging wind and tornadoes. it's graduation season, and something for families to keep in mind. we saw what happened last year when storm clouds opened up over an outdoor graduation in new jersey -- and everyone panicked. >> oh, my god, oh, my god! >> reporter: experts remind families to stay away from metal and trees when outside in a storm and be aware of possible debris from high winds. >> if you cannot find shelter, we recommend you make yourself as small of a target as possible, curl into a ball and hover close to the ground.
're yelling at us to move on. let's do and talk texas. governor rick perry is headed to granbury where six people were killed. many are still missing. more than 100 homes were damaged or destroyed after that tornado on wednesday. let's head to the fox weather center. rick reichmuth muth joins us. so the plains and midwest here on alert over the weekend? >> did you like that if. melissa: yeah, i did. that was neat. my kids would have loved that. >> hard for me to talk. you would have to talk more cyprus if we kept that up very long. here you go. guys, this is what is left of it. put it into motion. a few isolated storms we'll deal with. nothing that will be big severe weather. this however, is a new storm pulling across areas of the west and that will make big changes. we've not had real many tornados. it has been a quiet season. the column, that is averages. you see the reds. we've been really low. all that is about to change. dew points are high. numbers in the 70s. that is incredibly hot and humid or humid i should say. very sticky conditions. we haven't seen these dewpoint numbers this
is projected to make $51 million, and tyler perry's peeples had just $3 million. prince harry plays royal cheerleader today. he's supporting wounded warriors competing in colorado. we'll show you how he got into the action, too. Ñe >>> prince harry bonded with wounded veterans at the warrior games under way in colorado. harry served as a combat helicopter pilot in afghanistan, and veterans said that made him easy to talk to. max foster reports from colorado springs. >> prince harry throwing himself into a game of sitting volleyball. throwing himself around a bit more than the other players. this was a team practice for the warrior games. a paralympics for wounded war heroes. >> it was like having another friend. a co-colleague, co-partner, player. yeah. he was just like one of us. >> so happy and privileged to be here today. happy because colorado is a beautiful state, obviously, but privileged because of the fine athletes we find ourselves amongst. i find myself serving along uk/u.s. trooped in helmand provence along with others overseas. some of them voices on the radio to myself. othe
opening with dismal opening with tyler perry's name attached to it. >> tomorrow marks one month since the boston marathon bombing. now, you're probably familiar with the two names of the people who planned and carried it out, the tsarnaev brothers were even captured on surveillance cameras before their bombs exploded. it's frustrating for people in boston to see the video knowing police weren't even looking for them. >> the photos, the video, it's all there. the tsarnaev brothers with back packs working their way through the crowd for at least 11 minutes, and none of it mattered. the bombs exploded anyway. one reason, no one was watching. the cameras were passive. recording all of the calm before, all the chaos after. and incapable of preventing the crime despite multiple surveillance cameras at the scene. for it to be preventative, what needs to happen? >> you would need the cameras at the right place at the right time, being monitored, not just by people but by trained people who know what they're looking for, who would be able to see suspicious activity and get public safety there
. let's bring in the tuesday gaggle and editor for blanche lincoln and rob uhrlach. perry, i want to start with you. individually the white house is trying to handle all these collectively. it looks like an administration under siege. >> yes, it does. the benghazi issue was huge before. the irs scandal. a big problem there. journalists, of course, are very concerned about the a.p. and what happened in terms of documents being seized. >> seemed to be a little unprecede unprecedented. >> what i know so far sounds unprecedented. takes away from the president's ability to talk about -- he had this health care event on friday. the problem, where does the immigration go from here? it's a lot of taking away attention from -- >> at a smaller level i have been there. when you want to talk and you're abexecutive, you want to talk about your agenda, bills -- >> you're getting hammered. >> i think benghazi is an exception. with regard to the irs. >> you're dealing with -- >> you're dealing with it. you have nothing to do with it. people who work for you may have screwed up. you have t
the primary, announcing in addition to teen texas scary with a team of rick perry and the list goes on and on. it makes it really difficult. >> michael: it makes everybody's life fun though when you get to hear loui gohmert. thank you. and thank you all for joining us here in "the war room." "the young turks" are next. have a great night. we'll see you tomorrow. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> this administration currently has at least three scandals swirling around it. >> i certainly remember when african-american churches were targeted by the ir. >> try to keep information out in order to disguise what is goingon. >> seizing the phone records misleading the american people on benghazi. >> i don't know what happened. i simply don't know what happened at this stage with regard to the press' ability to gather information and to disseminate it
angeles. let's look for some clarity with the brain trust right now. perry bacon j, political et tore and matt welch, editor and chief at the magazine. one of my favorite brain trusts groups. again for folks who don't usually spend saturday afternoons with us. we have a conversation for 25 minutes and at the end of the discussion we crown one of these women or men the biggest brain and they get 30 seconds to go on the news. let's talk a scandal that has not hit the white house just yet. it's already hit the pentagon rooelg from disclosures at sexual assaults in the military. you said in part if something finally changes it will be because the course demanding the military confront its sexual assault has not gone louder than before. >> well there is traditionally a lot of difference from the white house and to congress to military authority. what's being proposed right now is to take dealing with sexual assault response out of the chain of kbhand and put it into the hands of an independent judicial authority. that is a huge culture change for the military which is used to do everything
, this is so typical in washington. i mean, i guess all of us are waiting for that perry mason moment when steve miller's just going to give it up and say sten, you know, joe biden called me, the president called me and asked me to do these things, and everybody goes home and says, look, i knew this was what it was. this is a game that's played in washington. it's sad and good at the same time. everybody is, in fact, touched by the irs. gerri: i am. >> and everybody understands what the irs does to a family, a business or what have you when they get their claws into you. so it's good that they see ste miller denying, not knowing what to do, the president of the united states saying i'm going to fix it. but if he doesn't know about it, he doesn't know what to fix, and then he goes out and plays a round of golf. it's good that they finally see it, unfortunately, it's about three or four months too late. gerri: you mentioned what th irs can do to you, they can garnish your wages, put you in jail, take ur assets. they have, ultimately, all power. but what miller said in defense of himself was
is melissa harris-perry. the business of politics is overshadowed by the personal. what could it be about president barack obama that makes republicans in washington obsessed with him as an individual opposed to his policies. and melissa harris-perry is coming up next. we'll see you here tomorrow morning at 8:00. thanks for getting up. c-max two. that's a super fuel- efficient hybrid for me. and a long range plug-in hybrid for you. now, let's review. introducing the ford c-max hybrid and the ford c-max energi plug-in hybrid. say hi to the c-max hybrids. plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day men's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day men's 50+. [ male announcer ] we all have something neatly tucked away in the back of our mind. a secret hope. that thing we've always wanted to do. it's not about having dreams, it's about reaching them. ♪ an ally for real possibilities. aarp. find tools and direction at and didn't know where to start. used a contractor before a
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to contributor perry bacon, political editor. nice to see you on the show for the first time. >> good to see you, toure. >> we're in a hyper polarized situation. not just d.c. through throughout america. thisage of the turnout election when the two parties barely seem to be speaking the same language. republicans feel like the president is the worst president of all time. when you talk about benghazi, that confirm what they already feel. democrats feel like he is doing just work and republicans are attacking just to be him. so when you have scandals like, this does it really change anything when they confirm the biases they already have? >> i think it does change things. there are people working together. you take an issue where immigration, marco rubio is leading the effort. he is working with a bipartisan group. this is the one thing where the irs and benghazi can have an effect. if you're marco rubio, you're trying to show to the tea party folks, i can work with the white house. i can reach a compromise. you go back xhoem the tea party folks are like you're working with these people involve i
wednesday night. including the first e-4 storm to hit the area in decades. governor rick perry is expected to tour the area this afternoon. >>> 60 homes built by habitat for humanity were destroyed. all that's left of one house, the slab of concrete. >> when you can put a name and a face that you worked beside the people that built that house and you know how much that home means to that family, it's very devastating. i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events, including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, yo
governor rick perry said it's too early to request assistance from the president but he's confident residents will get much needed support. >> i'm pretty sure we'll get the help we need. it just won't be the same. >> reporter: and it will be a bittersweet homecoming for so many like gomes. it's going to take a among time for them to put together their lives again. >> nick, the governor says it's too early to request federal assistance. is he giving any time line on when that fema assistance will start to come in? >> reporter: we asked the governor that yesterday at a press conference he had, the media was given a tour of the ranchos brazos neighborhood. it was obliterated, wiped off the map. he didn't give a time line when or if we'd see federal assistance coming into fwranberry. he's certain president obama is watching the developments in granbury and expecting to hear more about assistance but the hood county sheriff's office says they're doing as much as they can. local first responders seem to have things under control so far. >> nick valencia live for us this morning, thank you
there together doing the media tour with governor rick perry as he toured the devastation, the community of rancho brasos was obliterated. how long of a wait should people expect if they come here? >> the line is starting to speed up. this morning at 9:00 we opened the door at 10:00, we're putting them in the hallway, out of the hot sun and into the air conditioning with bathroom facilities. we hope to be done by noon. we'll still be set up to get people in and maybe didn't hear about it. but the line is moving fairly quickly. hopefully, you know, your wait won't be more than an hour or two. >> inside, that is the community of rancho -- that's what's left of it. dozens of people waiting to find out if their belongings are still there, if their homes are still standing. not sure what they're going to go back to. they know most of it won't be very good. haunting stories of survival. i spoke to the seven people presumed missing, the family, the rodriguez family, not sure if they wanted to join us on camera. they did speak to us saying they were trapped under rubble and debris. they spoke to
rick perry will survey the damaging in the north city devastated by wednesday's tornado that killed at least several people, those still missing as the recovery effort continues. those are your headlines. now back to cheryl casone. cheryl: good to see you. former travel season almost upon us and some good news for the travel industry. a new survey from airlines for america suggests two hundred million people are going to fly on u.s. airlines this summer. let's bring in somebody who knows the industry very well, founder of travelocity and current chairman of the country, good to see you. a little bit of business. kayak is being sold. >> the deal is expected to close next week so i will be out of a job as chairman of the board. cheryl: you are pretty good at starting up companies and selling them off. congratulations. >> it is a great industry to be in. cheryl: you founded travelocity in 2006 and moved on to bigger and better things but what do you think of the competition out there, expedia, travelocity. when you started there wasn't any. you were a trailblazer. >> expedia came out q
it comes to terrorism in this country. >> to borrow a phrase from governor rick perry, oops, here we go again. this is the gang that can't shoot straight. this is the gang that turned thousands of weapons over to mexican drug lords that resulted in the murder of border agent brian terry. you know, if they can't keep up with two terrorist suspects that they have in custody, then, you know, these are people that couldn't organize a two car funeral. come on. this is unbelievable that they just throw up their hands and say well, you know, we are just doing the west we can. well, that's not good enough. with the money we are paying for government and they want to raise taxes and charge us more, we are getting less and less? again, it's incompetence. but it's also a sense of arrogance, which i'm not sure which one is the worse. >> alisyn: by the way i think you were quoting brittany spears and not -- oops i did it again. >> probably so. >> he we will be back. hypocrisy alert. why is washington typing oil companies which protected birds are killed by giving tax breaks to wind farms that killed
. there are various arab nations that finance their own camps. secretary perry announced last week another $100 million from the united states for the refugees. kerry announced last week another 100 million from the united states for the refugees. erecting these camps being established on the border areas. and the u.s. and european and arab states starting to fund at the camps. i think the worry is there is still not enough money and attention has caused the bombing and has set of conflict between syrian reduce and turks say in your presence with the bombings. the jordan -- and jordan there has been riots involving the refugees say we are not getting enough. that is a real problem and something that will play out for a while. and i think whenever there is a refugee crisis, you want to help them, but at the same time he worried these refugees can become permanent, can become a factor internally that destabilizes the country with jordan. i think is a particular issue because you already have a delicate balance between tribes and the palestinians and islamic elements to support the muslim brotherh
singing carol king songs with carol. alicia keys was there, katy perry, a lot of us were just, carol -- >> yes, exactly. >> but i said, hey, would you sing on a song of mine? and she said -- >> well, we know carol, she's a real diva, she probably threw things against the wall and screamed because she's so intense. she's so laid back and great. and james taylor, what a thrill that had to be, as well. >> that was a thrill. >> yeah. >> i asked him to sing on a song back in the late '90s and he said, sure, send it up. and i sent it and he called me back and said this is not a good song. >> oh, my god. >> so, j.t.'s not afraid to speak his mind. >> you know what, that's why he's fantastic. he's got good taste. >> got a sense of what he wants. tell us about the concept of how mercy looks from here. i understand it's all sort of revolving around a very intense short period of time in your life. >> that particular song, the title cut. yes. well, i had the idea for the song and it just, you know, hardest song to write is when you don't know what you want to say. but the first week of may 2010
'm a lawyer. you knowdown sill has a duty to disclose that to the opposite party. there's no perry mason moments. there's not gotcha moments. there's no situation where somebody says we are just showing up with this information and we haven't disclosed it to the other side. don't you acknowledge that you had a duty based on your testimony before the committee of what your actual knowledge was? didn't you have a duty to come forward and disclose that to the committee based on all this cascading and inquiries that happened from the ways and means committee? >> i don't believe so. again, the processing was bad. the listing was bad. those are two different dealings. they were getting all the facts. we were going to wait for them to get the facts so i didn't come in and either mess up their investigation or otherwise give you facts that were not correct, sir. >> so you weren't concerned about the timing of the investigation when you and miss learner decided to move forward. we had the facts. we made the written response. >> so you had the information. the totality of the information that you'
this is now a search and recovery operation. we also note the texas governor, rick perry, is expected to be in this area later today. however, we don't know exactly what it is he will be doing, the he will be touring the devastation or having a media availability. carol. >> he might be rained on, too. it looks pretty ominous where you are, alina. >> reporter: it is. it looks like it's going to be raining. that's not good news for these people. we understand a lot of the residents have not been allowed back in. at this point they're probably worried about what they'll be able to salvage, if anything. especially if it starts raining. >> well, there is no more threats, could there be more threats of tornadoes? we don't have any of those in place, do we? >> we have not. we really don't know much about that. it does look like it's going to be raining. >> cover up. i will check with the weather department on that question. thank you so much, alina machado. >>> president obama calls it dangerous to our security. he summoned top leaders to the white house to address the growing number of sexu
. there is no perry mason moment. there is no got shot, no litigious situation where someone comes in and says we are gesturing up with misinformation and we have not yet disclosed it to the other side. don't you read knowledge that you had a duty based on your testimony before this committee of what your actual knowledge was? didn't you have a duty, mr. miller, to come forward and disclose it to the committee based on all of the cascading inquiries that had happened from the ways and means committee directed to you? was in possession of some facts, not all facts. we had done an internal review to see what we needed to do to get this case is moving because the processing was bad and the listing was bad. it came in at exactly the same time and they were getting the same facts. we're going to wait for them to get the facts so i did not come in and mess up their otherwise getor the facts that were not correct, sir. >> you're not concerned about the timing of the tigta conversation when you had a planted question? >> it was done. we had our written response. >> you had the actual information. the tot
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that to the opposite party. there is no perry mason moment. there is no gotcha moment. there is no litigious situation where someone comes in and says, oh, we're just showing up, your honor, with this information and we have not disclosed to the other side. don't you acknowledge that you had a duty in based on your testimony before this committee of which are actual knowledge was? didn't have a duty, mr. miller, do, forward and disclose that to the committee, based on all the cascading inquircascading inquit happens on the ways and means committecommittee directed to? >> i don't believe so. what's happening was i was in possession of some facts, was not in possession of all facts. facts. redundant internal review to see what we need to do to get these cases moving because again the processing was bad, the listing was bad, those are two different pieces we were dealing with. tigta was in at exactly the same time. they were getting all the facts. we're going to wait for them to get the facts so that it didn't come in and either mess up their investigation or otherwise give you facts that were not correc
six people died and several others are still missing. governor rick perry is assuring people they are going to get all the help they need from local and federal governments. >>> a powerful storm is being blamed for injuring at least one person in northern alabama. yesterdays weather system knocked down trees, flip ped dumpsters and damaged several hopes and businesses. one woman was hurt as she ran for cover . the national weather service says that storm is moving north toward tennessee. >>> new this morning north korea reportedly fired three t range guided missinto the water off its east coast, north korea routinely tests such rockets but todays launch comes during a period of tentative diplomacy. south korea says the north fired two missles this morning, a third in the afternoon but government officials say the intent of the operation remains unclear. >>> police in britain say they have a new lead in the case surrounding the disappearance of madeline mccann. she was four years old when she disappeared in 2007 from her families vacation home in portugal. police after a revie
, council has the duty to disclose that to the opposite party. there is no perry mason moment. there is no got your mind. there is no litigious situation where somebody comes in and says, "we are just showing up, your honor, and we have not disclosed it to the other side." do you not knowledge that you had a duty based on your testimony before this committee about what your actual knowledge was? did you not have a duty, mr. miller, to come forward and disclosed that to the committee, based on all of the inquiry is from the ways and means committee? >> sir, what was happening was i was aware of some facts, not in possession of all facts. we had done an internal review to see what we needed to do to get these cases moving because the processing was bad. those were two different pieces we were dealing with. take those and at the same time they were getting all of the facts. we are going to wait for them to get the facts. otherwise, we would give you facts that were not correct, sir. >> so you're not concerned about the timing of the investigation when it you and she decided to mo
have a motion? mr. perry: i move that the house do now adjourn. the speaker pro tempore: those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. the ayes have it and the motion is adopted. accordingly the house stands adjourned until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow for >> and >> were presented sanford serve in that seat previously. i >> later this week, debate on a measure requiring the sec to conduct a cost-benefit analysis on new regulations while stating why those regulations are needed. >> wire house republicans setting up another vote on repealing the healthcare law? >> they really got opposition from their rush the numbers, saying the house isn't doing enough to repeal the health law. present obama has been a ray unelected -- has been reelected. that doesn't mean that house republicans don't want to make a statement and make it clear that they continue to fight this law. >> how many times have they tried to repeal the law? >> this'll will be the 37th vote to reveal a portion of the law. there has been 37 votes. was from the last three years. it do so be the third time that they have attempted epea >> what
, counsel has a duty to disclose that to the opposite party. ,here is no perry mason moment no litigious situation where somebody comes in and says we are just showing up with this information and we have not disclose it to the other side. don't you acknowledge that you had a duty based on your testimony before this committee of what your actual knowledge was? didn't you have a duty to come forward and disclose that based on all the inquiries that happened from the ways and means committee directed to you? >> what was happening was i was in possession of some fax -- some facts. we did an internal review to see what we needed to do to get the cake moving. the processing was bad, the listing was bad. they were getting all the facts. we were going to wait for them to get the facts. so i did not come in to give you facts that were not correct. >> so you were not concerned of the timing of the investigation when you and ms. lerner made the decision to move forward? >> it was done. facts and made our written response. >> in other words, you have the actual information. the totality of informa
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